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Review by MrPalmers1000DollarQ
Nothing particularly wrong with the show; like most from '92, the band is tight and executes a loaded setlist well on all fronts. Highlights are a strong Fluffhead, a raging Chalk Dust Torture and Llama, and a meaty Bowie that features some really great full-band riffing. However, even these peaks are fairly mundane in the grand scheme of early Phish, earning no "wow" factor in my opinion. I had a great time listening to it, but don't really feeling like anyone is missing out without having done so.